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When it comes to dental problems, there is a solution for each specific issue that will help you regain and restore your oral health and function.

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If you’ve recently had a root canal at ONE ENDO or you’re about to schedule a root canal, you may be wondering what to expect after your treatment. Will your tooth hurt? How much pain is normal? In this blog, we’ll answer all of these questions and more.

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Nervous about visiting ONE ENDO for dental care? You’re not alone. According to some studies, up to 80% of people have some form of dental anxiety. And if you have severe dental anxiety, this can make it difficult to get the care you need for a healthy mouth. How can you deal with anxiety, and get the care you need in Westchester, Greenwich, or Norwalk? Read on, and find out!

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If you deal with restlessness, low pain tolerance, tooth sensitivity, a sensitive gag reflex, or anxiety, you can benefit from dental sedation. Contact us at ONE ENDO to schedule a consultation at our Westchester, Norwalk, or Greenwich offices and we can help you determine which one is right for you. 

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If your tooth hurts and you think you need a root canal, you may be wondering if you need to get help right away. Does it count as a dental emergency? Should you contact the team at ONE ENDO for emergency treatment?The answer is “yes!” If you need a root canal, you’re having a serious dental emergency. Immediate care could mean the difference between losing your tooth and preserving it, and it could even save your life, in some situations. Read on and learn more about the importance of immediate treatment for infected teeth.

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Restorative dentistry deals with dental health issues like damage, injuries, or decay. At ONE ENDO, we use the latest techniques and technologies for restorative dental treatments that repair the teeth, in order to help them last as long as possible. But, even with the great progress dental medicine has made over the past decades, sometimes a tooth cannot be saved. 

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Root canal therapy is a common dental procedure done whenever a tooth has a serious root infection. If you’ve had a root canal done on one of your upper teeth and are now experiencing heachaches, pressure, or have a runny nose, you might be wondering whether the procedure caused a sinus infection.

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Endodontists and general dentists are both dental experts that have different areas of focus in dentistry. While general dentists are more focused on prevention and restoration to maintain the overall health of your teeth and gums, endodontists are specialists that focus solely on the health of the inside of your tooth, known as the dental pulp.

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Endodontists are specialists who have received advanced training in diagnosing and treating problems associated with the pulp inside of the tooth. They focus on performing root canals, retreatment, endodontic microsurgery, pulpectomy & apicoectomies, treating traumatic dental injuries, inserting dental implants, and much more. 

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Endodontists are experts in saving damaged and infected teeth. But you may be wondering if it’s safe to see an endodontist for your dental emergency in Mamaroneck. The answer is “yes.” And if you have a toothache or a damaged tooth, you need to get help ASAP to save your tooth. Read on and see why you should come to ONE ENDO for care, even during COVID-19, or call us now at (914) 777-9465 for an emergency “save your tooth” consultation. 

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Are endodontists able to treat dental emergencies? The answer is “yes!” And if you’re experiencing a dental emergency, you shouldn’t wait. Our dentists are standing by to help you. Give us a call at (914) 777-9465 to speak to our team right away and schedule the same-day care you need. 

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Our name is ONE ENDO because we aim to be your one-stop-shop for anything endo. Endodontics, or endo for short, refers to the dental specialty of treating tooth roots and the tissues on the interior of the tooth. Did you know that endodontics actually gets its name from the Greek word, “endo”, meaning inside, and the Greek word for tooth, “odont?”...

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